Apr 26, 2013 | Porter County Assessor Site Admin
The Porter County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals unanimously determined that a Hebron apartment complex no longer qualified for a tax exempt status. Hebron-Vision, which purchased the complex in September 2007, argued that it originally
Letter from Jon Snyder
Welcome to the Porter County Assessor’s Website!
I hope that you will find the information on this site useful. Our staff is always working hard to serve the assessing needs of Porter County. I am excited that we were able to complete the 5 year reassessment on time. Reassessment can be a painful process and this one was no different. The assessor’s office found many missing structures and other abnormalities that had to be taken care of. This could cause a substantial increase or decrease in assessed value at one time. This change was not targeted to one area but was a countywide issue. This fall we will be mailing a Form 11, which is a notice of assessment. There is a 45 day window for appeals that will open upon the date of that notice. If you feel that your assessment is incorrect, please either click on the “Appeal” button at the side navigation window of this site or contact my office directly.
Our Mission Statement
"The Porter County Assessor’s Office, as a professional team, exists to put our taxpayers first by providing helpful, timely service, maintain equitable market value assessments and serve as an informational resource to the community."
I hope that your experience with this office is a reflection of the above statement.
Jon M. Snyder, Porter County Assessor